Iʻd love to find and try some small, portable, and affordable USB-keyboards (as I donʻt like bluetooth keyboards) for typing in braille.
It needs input only; no need to visualize the output (but Iʻd love if I could get the system to show or tell me what I type in braille).
Would Xkeys XK-24 work? Have any of you used that?
Iʻd use it mostly for writing and studying, AND in addition to the built-in keyboard and VoiceOver.
Iʻd love something that would allow to be used as a plain Perkins-keyboard type, AND then Iʻll need to figure how to stick to a Braille language input in a way that OS X and the app will understand (OK, I can figure that when using it - I simply need several languages, and will need to develop Braille fluency in other languages and mathematics too).
Sorry, Iʻve got a bad case of beginner Braille learnerʻs spatial/switch dyslexia. :)